If you’ve never heard of Air Base Speedway, it wouldn’t be all that surprising.
If you’re a follower of NASCAR’s top three series, you might want to relish the month of November.
Since our initial look at the past highlighting signs that you might be an old timer, a number of other standards have come to mind.
The big picture. That’s what counts and that’s what we should be looking at.
After a full season of watching racing, here are just a few of the things I think I know.
The lower divisions of NASCAR are loaded with talented young drivers who will eventually win races on Sunday afternoons.
My friend Ken Squier, the Hall-of-Fame broadcaster, says racing’s real draw is that it showcases “common people doing uncommon things.”
We had the opportunity to check out the Blancpain GT World Challenge America at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and a solid paddock, featuring entries from Ferrari, Porsche, Acura, Mercedes, BMW and Bentley, gave fans plenty to see.
In this month’s edition of the Business of Speed, we will examine employment in the motorsports industry.
The annual Irwindale Speedway Breast Cancer Awareness Night started with an afternoon NISSFEST car show where about 50 Nissan owners displayed cars in the front parking lot.
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